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Investment Property Mortgage

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  • Real estate that generates income, such as an apartment building or a rental house.
  • Real estate owned with the intent of earning income and not intended for owner occupancy.
  • A nonowner occupied residential property used to generate income.
  • (Mortgages) A mortgage loan is a loan secured by real property through the use of a mortgage note which evidences the existence of the loan and the encumbrance of that realty through the granting of a mortgage which secures the loan.
  • Expose to future risk or constraint for the sake of immediate advantage
  • Convey (a property) to a creditor as security on a loan
  • a conditional conveyance of property as security for the repayment of a loan
  • put up as security or collateral
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The TurnKey Investor's "Subject To" Mortgage Handbook: The Art & Science of Buying Investment Property by Taking Over Mortgages!
The TurnKey Investor's "Subject To" Mortgage Handbook: The Art & Science of Buying Investment Property by Taking Over Mortgages!
"IMAGINE BUYING INVESTMENT PROPERTY WITHOUT QUALIFYING FOR MORTGAGES!" The most common obstacle for any investor wanting to buy investment property is getting financing. Bankers say if you want to buy investment property, the only way you can finance it is to have a large down payment and qualify for a mortgage. But that is only one way of buying property, THE HARD WAY! Another way of buying investment property is to have sellers call you and provide you with financing that you do not have to qualify for! This exciting way of acquiring investment property uses an uncommonly used seller-financing technique known as the "subject to" mortgage. Instead of qualifying for new mortgages, you will learn how to buy investment property by safely and legally taking over existing mortgages! This one-of-a-kind handbook will teach you the art and science of buying investment property from qualified sellers using "subject to" mortgage financing. "WHAT YOUR MORTGAGE BROKER WILL NEVER TELL YOU!" You will learn how to: * Safely use "subject to" mortgages to buy investment property! * Legally take over and manage other people s mortgages! * Find qualified sellers to call you to buy their property! * Respond to sellers questions to develop rapport and earn their trust! * Analyze and determine which deals are best for a "subject to" deal! * Set up "subject to" closings so that they are fully accepted in your area! The TurnKey Investor s "Subject To" Mortgage Handbook is a real estate finance book like no other. It goes against what the traditional lending and financial communities teach and is sure to upset the establishment. This book is only for independent-minded investors who want to learn how to take control of their real estate financing and investment portfolio, not for blind followers of "banker s rules".

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The Mortgage Encyclopedia: An Authoritative Guide to Mortgage Programs, Practices, Prices, and Pitfalls
A one-stop reference for in-depth explanations of mortgage topics
With the creation of so many new, complex mortgage programs, it's difficult for consumers --not to mention real estate agents, attorneys, closing agents, and mortgage brokers--to keep track of them all. Written by nationally syndicated real estate columnist Jack Guttentag, The Mortgage Encyclopedia helps readers understand the various mortgage terms, features, and options by offering clear, precise explanations. The alphabetical organization of terms makes it easy to quickly find information on any topic, from FHA, Investor, and No-PMI Loans to Origination Fee and Rate Float. Each entry includes not just a description of the term, but also relevant advice for consumers, such as answers to the questions "Is this loan right for me?" and "Can I negotiate this fee?"
Guides readers through the bewildering array of new mortgage programs
Features definitions and explanations of common mortgage, escrow, and closing fees and arcane mortgage terminology